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Re: Catching up

Yeh...Pooh...our blue heeler, herds EVERYTHING but cattle (she only
barks at them). She TRIES to herd the llamas but they will NOT have
it...they chase her out. But hey...you can't blame the girl for
trying...that's what she is bred for. *chuckle*


Zemuly@aol.com wrote:
In a message dated 7/6/2004 11:56:15 PM Central Standard Time, 
mhobertm@excite.com writes:
we will have to work with her to get her to recognize
the fact that she doesn't get to herd the people and boss us around like
dumb sheep or something. :-)

Good luck! When my children were little, and we lived in Connecticut, we had 
a collie/lab mix. Every winter, when they were ice skating on the local 
pond, Muffin would "herd" all of them until she drove them nuts.


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